March 28, 2023
Volume XIII, Number 87
MoginRubin is a leading antitrust and competition law firm with real-world experience and expertise. We advise businesses and other law firms through complex, high-stakes legal challenges to help them achieve their sophisticated goals and objectives.
Our firm focuses on antitrust and competition law. Our attorneys are alumni of premier AMLAW 200 firms, prestigious national litigation boutiques, the Federal Trade Commission, the American Antitrust Institute, and other state and federal antitrust enforcement authorities. Recognized and respected for our expertise in antitrust and competition law, other law firms frequently call on us to consult on high-profile cases.
Our experience litigating some of the nation’s landmark antitrust cases enables us to quickly develop winning strategies for claims, defenses, and damages. Our attorneys skillfully assemble the right team and resources in order to achieve favorable outcomes for our clients.
Our attorneys have been awarded advanced degrees in economics and business. We understand the real-life implications and pressures of operating in the marketplace, and advocate for our clients like their business is our own.
Our clients consist of Fortune 1000 companies, Forbes 400 individuals, middle market manufacturers, trade groups, private equity and services firms, and venture capitalists. We also represent investment professionals, start-ups, and entrepreneurs.
We are dedicated to our clients and relentlessly strive for excellence and justice every step of the way. Our attorneys provide clarity and direction, skillfully navigating through layers of complexity to guide our clients to their desired goal – success.
Contributing authors from MoginRubin:
The National Law Review recognizes MoginRubin with a 2022 Go-To Thought Leadership award for their expertise in the field of antitrust law. Throughout the year, Mogin Rubin attorneys have provided extensive insight into large corporate mergers and antitrust cases, including the Kroger/Albertsons merger, the T-Mobile/Sprint merger, the Spirit/Frontier merger, and notable anti-competitive mergers in the defense industry. Authors include (but are not limited to): Dan Mogin, Jonathan Rubin, Timothy Z. LaComb, Kristy F. Greenberg, and Jennifer M. Oliver.